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Updated June 30, 2022

A Kentucky standard lease agreement is a recommended tool for defining and solidifying a landlord-tenant relationship. The landlord will write a lease after they have verified the tenant through a rental application. At the time of lease signing, the landlord will be obligated to give the tenant a move-in checklist if they collect a security deposit ( § 383.580(2) ). In addition, the landlord will need to provide a security deposit receipt detailing the bank account and the number where the funds are located ( § 383.580(1) ).

Laws KRS Chapter 383 (Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act)

Handbook Kentucky Landlord-Tenant Guide

Other Versions (1) Residential Lease Agreement

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